This month we are pleased to introduce Tracey Allen, a Library Adviser at the Anglican Church Grammar School (also known as ‘Churchie’) in Brisbane. When discussing her work at Churchie, Tracey describes herself as a “jack-of-all-trades” – she is involved in a range of tasks including creating and updating LibGuides, providing reference and readers advisory services to students, providing help desk services and supporting the reading resilience program.
Tracey graduated with her Graduate Diploma of Information Science (Library and Information Practice) from QUT in 2017 and is currently finishing her Masters at CSU.
Jess started working in special libraries before a chance role with UNSW Records & Archives ignited a new passion. She now works in corporate records while completing her Master of Information Studies. She is particularly excited to have just finished a placement at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia Records & Archives, so her Bachelor of Art History was put to good use.
Welcome to the GLAM professional profile for May!
This month we meet Susan Walton, the Collection Services Manager at the NSW Parliamentary Library. Susan has worked in many roles throughout her information career, presented at conferences and written journal articles. Here she provides us with some invaluable tips for those starting out in their GLAM careers.
Welcome to our GLAMR Professional Profile for April 2018.
This month we’d like to introduce Michael Hawks!
Like many of us, Michael came to librarianship in a very round about sort of way. Since graduating from Curtin University in 2013, his career has developed in leaps and bounds. Known and loved by all at QUT library for his kindness and cheer (and his unparalleled ability to bake something utterly fabulous for staff morning teas at a moments notice!), Michael has truly found his calling in GLAMR.